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WR Jeremy Maclin - Philadelphia Eagles

6-0, 198Born: 5-11-1988College: MissouriDrafted: Round 1, pick 19

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Week 13: at Dallas Cowboys

Mark and Joe say: Good matchup. Both Dallas and Philadelphia are standing at 8-3 coming into this matchup - the teams are in a two-way race for the NFC East crown with New York and Washington out of the picture at 3-8. This is the first game of the two scheduled regular-season meetings between the clubs, at AT&T Stadium where the Cowboys are 3-3 so far this season. Mark Sanchez recovered from the 20-53 beat down the Eagles took at Green Bay (in which he threw 26/44 for 346 yards passing, two TDs and two interceptions, with three sacks taken for -26 yards) to lead the Eagles to a 43-24 win at Tennessee last weekend. Sanchez had a slightly less productive outing, with 30/43 for 307 yards passing, one TD and two interceptions thrown (with two sacks taken for -9 yards), but his special teams and running backs took up the slack to post a lot of points for the Eagles. During the past two weeks, six Eagles have seen double-digit targets: Jeremy Maclin (19 targets for 15/152/1 receiving), Jordan Matthews (16 for 11/184/1), Zach Ertz (12 for 8/85/0), Riley Cooper (12 for 7/88/0), Brent Celek (10 for 6/59/0) and Darren Sproles (10 for 5/37/0). There are a lot of moving parts in this passing attack, as you can see. The Cowboys' pass D is ranked 19th in the NFL averaging 247.8 net passing yards allowed per game, with 17 passing scores allowed vs. 11 interceptions and 18 sacks generated so far (tied for 11th and 27th-ranked, respectively). New York threw for 29/40 for 328 net yards, three TDs and one interception, with two sacks taken for -10 yards last week; lowly Jacksonville managed 22/37 for 262 net yards, zero TDs and one interception thrown (with four sacks taken for -28 yards) back in Week 11. This looks like a good matchup for Sanchez and company even though they are on the road Thanksgiving day.

Recent Stats and Projections

9 at HOU 0 0 0 7 6 158 2 0
10 vs CAR 0 0 0 7 3 38 0 0
11 at GB 0 0 0 11 9 93 1 0
12 vs TEN 0 0 0 8 6 59 0 0
13 at DAL PROJ-Dodds 0 * * 6 * * *
13 at DAL PROJ-Tremblay 0 * * 5 * * *
13 at DAL PROJ-Bloom 0 * * 6 * * *

Recent Game Summaries

2014 Week 10 vs CAR (7 / 3 / 38 / 0 rec)

Maclin's first target was an under throw in the endzone and in the next drive he caught a 15 yard pass over the middle of the field. Maclin's next catch was over the middle and was for 14 yard gain where he was stopped 2 yards short of a first down. Maclin had a 3rd reception on a 9 yard gain on a screen pass to the left side.

2014 Week 11 vs GB (11 / 9 / 93 / 1 rec)

Maclin got involved early as he caught a 20 yard pass from Sanchez on the third play of the game. Maclin's second catch of the game was a WR screen pass for a short 4 yard gain. Maclin started off the 2nd half drive with catches of 7 and 26 yards, on the 26 yard gain he looked great after the catch as he tried to push the play even further down the field. Maclin caught two short passes of 7 and 4 yards to help set up the touchdown pass to Matthews. Maclin caught a 20 yard touchdown pass late in the game in garbage time but he did a nice job of taking the catch short of the goal line and making sure he ran the 6 yards after the catch to get the ball into the endzone.

2014 Week 12 vs TEN (8 / 6 / 59 / 0 rec)

Maclin's season has slowed down somewhat since Sanchez came into the starting lineup. His first reception in this game came on his first target, as he caught an out route for a first down in front of a defender. That play came in the first quarter, but Maclin didn't see the ball again until early in the second quarter when he caught a screen pass and turned it into a four yard gain. Later in the second quarter, Sanchez missed Maclin with a wild throw to a deep out route. He followed up with the same play almost immediately after, but this time his pass was accurate and Maclin was able to make a very impressive reception while going out of bounds. Maclin caught another screen pass for just two yards, before an in route gave him a first down in the red zone. Finally, Maclin caught another impressive deep out route at the sideline for a first down. Sanchez's accuracy and overall ability is clearly limiting Maclin's potential for production.


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Staff Dynasty Rankings

WR Dynasty - 21, 18, 25, 25
Overall Dynasty - 34, 38, 38

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